An editorial assignment where research about structure and the city was carried out to create the content which was then designed and produced as an A3 format publication.
"I started looking at the way people behave as a structure that interacts with the structural space around it. This way I realised it’s this organic, random structure which brings life to the latter. It’s the presence of people in a space which allows us to feel it, even when we aren’t inside because we know how it feels. (...) Architecture can’t behave in unpredictable ways, or else disasters might happen. However the same unpredictability in people’s behaviour is what brings a sense of curiosity when observing it.
It’s an experience. It was my experience when looking at the reality in front of me, it’s the experience of the people whose actions I’m observing, and ultimately the reader’s experience when looking at this publication."
Postgraduate Diploma in Design for Visual Communication 2015
Set in Gill Sans and Adobe Garamond Pro
Printed and perfect bound at London College of Communication
All photographs by Marta Jesus
Text stock: Mohawk Everyday Digital White Smooth 148 gsm
and Showdown Cartridge Paper 130 gsm
Cover stock: Norfolk Cartridge Paper 210 gsm